Communication aims at 'transmission of information' from the souce to the target. Conveying maximum information by using minimum words. If the 'conciseness, preciseness and clarity' rules are followed, you can convince the reader. It is not said without reason that 'simplicity' attracts the viewer.
Learning the Expertise from the Experts
Your Notebook and "Good" Notes
Structure and organization are keys to maintaining accurate notes. Following is a list of guidelines and tips for setting up a notebook and keeping your notes intelligible.
Setting Up Your Notebook
When asked 'How Users Read Over the Web?', Jakob Nielson, in 1997, responded: “They don’t. People rarely read web pages word-by-word; instead, they scan the page, picking out individual words and sentences."
Life starts with a conversation. When we interact with people around us, we actually create a world for ourselves. Face-to-face talk is the best way to interact
Academic Survival is the objective of a student, as well as, a faculty or an educational administrator. It needs to be acknowledged that ‘If we keep notes-we are
There is one important aspect in all languages: Spellings and this is peril as we have forgotten the art of Correct Spellings. There was a time, a few decades back only when accuracy in spellings was the criteria of being linguistically qualified.
“Little pigeons can carry great messages!" We all need to remember this old and wise saying about communication and its vehicles.
I am sure we all remember the good old school-days, the classes where we kept our eyes wide open, stared at the chalkboard or the whiteboard on which the ‘great teacher’
Web Based Writing has a scope that is cosmic and when I make this pronouncement, I keep in mind the transition from Internet to World Wide Web (WWW). From the military requirements, the internet has come a long way to be an integral part of our daily life. It has become the bread and butter of business, education and social structure of the world.
Defining Communication Skills and Screening the ‘Implicit Scope’
My Understanding of Communication: The Common, still the Uncommon
Question: What Makes #WbWriting so difficult?
Frankie Madden, the open2study, expert for Web-Based Writing believes and justifies:
Sometimes we may not assume it in the beginning, how much possibility a topic of discussion carries with it; we realise it later when the collective knowledge
Writing for the Web or Web-based Writing is the most developed form of writing these days. There are certain important things to keep in mind when you write for the Screen, not the pages. All writing, whether it is in literature or research or academics, is online. People read online on their devices.